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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. developing now, a man and woman are found shot to death inside an s.u.v. overnight. we are live with a piece of evidence police found near their body. >> we are working to give the american people a giant tax cut. it will be the biggest cut in the history of our country. >> well, president trump revealed veals his new tax plan, finds out how it will affect you, and why the president is calling on republicans to hold strong. >> and, this is the scene, playing out right now, at apple stores in our area, and across the country. even across the worlds, thousands camping out to be among the first to get their hands on the new iphone ten. is it really worth the thousand dollars price tag? >> what do you think my answer would be? >> both of us! >> crazy,. >> well, today is friday, november 3rd. good morning, i don't care how great the weather is, i'm jim
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donovan, good morning. >> i'm rahel solomon. katie is here, meisha is here, keeping an eye on things. >> i want that phone though. >> yes. >> i want it. >> would you pay a thousand dollars for it? >> maybe. maybe. i'm thinking about it. maybe. we'll see what happens. i want it though. >> tell us how it is. >> well, sometimes i splurge on things i shouldn't. but looking outside right now, just a lot of construction, nice dry roadways to contends with, fridays tends to be the bert of the days so far. >> katie? >> we do have fog issues though, depending where you are, the fog actually pretty thick out there. here is a dense fog advisory, i've seen visibility as low as under half mile already. it is scattered, patchy, hit and miss, whatever you want to call it, but the entire region in the advisory. so anyone is fair game for it. but also, keep in mind, too, that you may run into some fog , even if you're not in the advisory. so i would definitely caution you to expect that you could run into it, depending where
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your travels take you, not looking to bad in the city. certainly not looking to bad right now with the fog out overlooking pleasant valley and middle high schools. 53 degrees. this is up at brodheadsville. here is a look at storm scan, really tough to make out fog on saturday light. but it is out there there in patches. and with time we will see it scour out. ends up with more sun than anything. next cold front are bridges in couple every stray showers here second half of the day. so it is act active pattern, active day, warm day, as well, starting date off mid to up ear's, and everywhere of this slew every objections we have seen temperatures in the 60s even just in the last hour and a half or so. so very warm start. that does mean that light layer is all you'll really need to send the kids out to the school bus stop w eventually we flirt with records. 78 degrees for the daytime high here today, meisha. records it beat 80. so see how we do. >> katie the parent are loving this. no mittens, no boot, imagine when the winter comes when all of the kids? >> extra five minutes just to get them ready to leave.
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>> i know, all right, women, thank you so much. beautiful. enjoy the 70s, today. looking outside for morning commute, like i said up at the desk, nice dry owed ways, because tar everything looking really good on this friday. ninety-five south at cottman, coming around the s curve have brake lights going off. overall everything looking okay. same story here, boulevard at wissahickon, looking great. blue route at mid-county, same story here. you push in the southbound direction, tail light southbound direction, blue route. this is basically what we are looking at. this is kind of snapshot of what all of the majors are really looking like. everyone traveling around just as they should. we do have speed restrictions in play on the new jersey turnpike between hightstown, 195. that's because you have some dense fog in this area. so just heads up on that. plus you guys this weekend, we've got the run the bridge event. 10k and 2-mile walk. because of that the ben franklin bridge will be closing in the morning on sunday between 745 a.m. and 30:30 a.m. i'll be reminding you of this throughout the morning. back to you. >> developing right now, shocking finds by philadelphia
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police. >> officers found two people shot to death inside after car in kensington, they say the gruesome discovery around 10:30 p.m. last night. officer say the car park on the 3500 block of amber street they found woman and driver seat and man in a front passenger seat. both had been shot in the head authorities pronounce both victims dead at the scene. >> this also found gun inside of the car. >> we didn't finds any bullet holes in the vehicle. vehicle door windows, are down so there is no broken glass. >> investigators are still trying to figure out a motive. they're not rooming out the possibility of this being a murder suicide. so far no arrests. >> new this morning, house crumbles to the grounds in philadelphia's logan section. this is the 900 block every west fisher avenue. we are told vacant house, the city's department of licenses and inspections is looking into the cause of the collapse fortunately, no one was injured. >> a camden county police officer continues to recover after he was shot wednesday night.
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meantime, we're learning just how lucky he was. officer patrick o'hanlon shot in the thigh during struggle with may hon wednesday night. police say he's a known member of the crypts gang. this happened in camden's center ville section. the 19 year old almost shot the officer in the face, but the gun jammed. officials say ma hand, from lindenwold old, extensive criminal history. arrested ten times, and convicted of three felonies, since becoming a adult. >> mourners gathered in manhattan last night for candlelight vigil near the scene of the attack. city now placing concrete barriers along that path to keep cars from reaching it. the suspect in the deadly attack sue he's still in jail. now going through his backgrounds, and also questioning his friends. >> well, house republicans unveiled their new tax bill, while gop leaders say the bill is for the average family, democrats say the legislation puts corporations before children.
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here's cbs news correspondent hen a doba. >> tax cuts, if we get this through, and i think we will, you're going to see this economy take off like a rocket ship. >> president trump on fox news last night call tax overhaul plan unveiled by house republicans thursday, the biggest tax cuts in the history of our country. >> the plan would slash the number of individual tax et cetera from seven to four. top raid would remain at 39.6% but it would only apply to households making a million dollars or more. the median household making $06,000 a year would see it rate drop from 15% to 12. the plan would also double the standard deduction, to $12,000 for individuals, and $24,000 for married couples. the democrats insist eliminate ago deduction for state and local income taxes hurts those in high tax states, like california and new york. >> many, many, many middle class families will see their taxes go up under this plan. >> the bill will need the
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backing of nearly every republican to pass. hena doba, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> well, some apple fans are up before the crack every dawn today wait to go grab the brand new iphone. >> take a look. live picture from the apple store in ardmore, suburban square. where about two dozen people have been line up through the night t looks like that line actually is growing now, they only have two hours left until the store opens up, i think it opens up at 8:00. same scene in center city. this is the 1600 block every walnut st. in rittenhouse, where we've been told people have been lined up since yesterday morning. >> it is beautiful weather out tonight. it is only 6 degrees. not going below zero six tonight. so it is a good night to do it >> really it is just doing it because it is fun. >> the features from the iphone ten include facial recognition technology and higher quality screen. it is a pretty penny. try a thousand dollars. stay with us, in the next half hour, we will go live to the apple store in ardmore. >> this weekend we fall back and get extra hour of sleep, but there are risk associated
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with daylight saving time. that's coming up. >> also ahead, trip to see the beautiful fall foliage turns real emotional for some people what they're seeing through the viewfinders, that's moving them to materials. plus this. >> the latest trends is serving up activated charcoal in your favorite foods, like ice cream. i'm danielle nottingham in los angeles, why doctors are concerned. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> and the eagles take on the brog coast this sunday right here on cbs-3 up next pat gallen talks to merrill reese about what the birds need to do to keep their winning streak going. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> we're back on "eyewitness news," concern on new trends using activated charcoal. >> ingredients claims to cleanse and purify, but some taking it little too far. here is danielle nottingham. >> la's little ice cream shop serves up one of the hottest food fads. people are lining up for these sweet charcoal treats. activated charcoal claims to detoxify the body. rene is a believer. >> charcoal lemonade, please. >> she drinks the carbon rich ingredients in fresh juice at least once a week.
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>> keeps my skin fresher, like purgers some of the things in, there i can my skin glows a bit more when i drink regularly. >> it is used med throw treat alcohol and drug poisoning, made by heating wood or coconut shells at high temperature. the result is a dark flavor less powder, that's turning everything from pizza crust to smoothies black. for some activated charcoal is a go to remedy for digestion and hang-overs. but doctors say, there is no science to back up any of those claims. >> the detoxifying agent, the activated charcoal, doesn't necessarily take out the bad stuff it, particulars up the good stuff, calcium, hydration , water, electrolytes also also warnings activated charcoal can make some oral medication like blood pressure , birth control pills, ineffective. >> a porous product, grabs ahold of the medications, so it doesn't make it available for the intestines to bryn it
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into the bod. >> i rene says she sees benefits. >> the charcoal powder works real well for my teeth because i drink coffee all the time. >> for other, the move at this worth trying. >> taylor, what do you think? >> i think it is pretty good. tastes pretty good. >> danielle nottingham, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> now i do use charcoal on my face, a mask, i don't eat it. >> would you eat that? >> no. but i have a thing about colors, ya. >> you got to fix your face it , though, jim, you got to finish the rest of the show. >> many of us take for granted being able to see colors. >> tennessee tourism officials have launched new programs for people color blind so they can see all of the beautiful fowl foliage, view finders special glasses, some first time viewers got very emotional seeing the foliage for the very first time. >> awesome. >> i mean, is this what you me do you see, do you see the red >> it is amazing.
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>> i can see why people come up here. i'm glad to have seen t i just wish i had seen this all my life. >> wow. the view finder can be found at scene scenic spots in tennessee including overlook in the great smokey mountains, makes you realize sometimes you have to stop and appreciate all of the beauty that's around you, and the beauty that you are gifted, you know. >> that's amazing, great idea. i've never heard of such a thing. >> even sometimes katie like when i'm running, so into my music, so into my conversation with who ever i am running, with i take a moment, oh, my god, beautiful out here. you miss that. >> yes, and i think also living where we live, you know , you get the cherry blossoms every year, the fowl foliage, the benefit of having different seen season four different times a year. people say in southern california they don't often get to see things like that or out in the dessertment great to once in a while stop and smell the proverbial roses, right? now, we have very active pat western it comes to the
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weather. but no kind of drenching wash out with the series every front coming through, do have multiple days not only all over the place on the thermometer but potential for wet werth. cold front, first of the next several. then you have this next system starting to get its act together, moving into the northern rockies yes with snow , not going to see snow here. but what we are going to see is duo of fronts coming in with the next system eventually. sat date night the next arrival of our rounds of showers. now, for today, you have got the initial problem of fog out there. specially true for southern new jersey, northern delaware. but, it is into the afternoon, especially. even as early as late morning, for the farthest inland suburbs, off to the northwest, and that cold front starts to make its presence known. so the clouds start to build here. but look what happens. do you see how this fizzles over the span of time? so there is a really good chance that many of you don't see one drop of rain. soy, we will see these little isolated showers popping up here, through the midday, in
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toward the early evening. and then it totally closer out that is it. when it comes to moisture content. but behind the front, man does it get cold. now in the meantime, winds speeds very, very light, allowing the fog to form. meantime take a look at where we ends up. 70s, to 20 degrees cold nerve one fell swoop. then we rebounds 10 degrees. then back to the 70s, and then back down to the 60s, 50's, so everywhere on the temperature profile here. but with few showers along the way just lots of front coming through, that's the reason shall meisha. >> little roller coaster there thanks so much, katie. very good morning to all of you. happy friday. we made it. looking outside right now, looking at the vine, so slow down little bit push in the westbound direction toward the schuylkill. see the brake light going off. letting us know you're no longer traveling at posted speeds specially trying to get on to the schuylkill. then, eastbound side, starting to heat up there, as well, but looks like the app side traveling little better than those every you the westbound side. schuylkill at belmont avenue, tail light moving in the eastbound direction, headlight of course moving in the westbound direction. what you will be looking at. if you are headed out in that
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direction right now, justin to increase over the next 15, 20 minute or so. forty-two, looking good, for my friends in jersey. although starting to heat up here as women. good thing about 42 on a friday typically respect starts to heat up like this then sort of kind of goes stagnant from there. see what happens there. then we do have accident here, sumneytown pike at toxville road. also debris in the road in pottstown. so loud 100 at shoemaker road heads up on this. i send it over to you. what kind of trouble are you getting into this morning? >> always something, right? yes, this kind of looks like the cbs-3 sat center. it is not. here at north penn high school for tonight's friday football frenzy hanging out in their television production studio. we will get to this a little later on. but first as we do every friday morning, we like to talk eagles as we get ready for the broncos and the eagles on cbs-3 this weekend. we welcome in the great merrill reese. good morning, merle. >> morning. how are you, pat? >> i'm doing well. so let's talk about the game coming up on sunday, big one,
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could be eight and one for the eagles. let's talk about the new acquisition, his name is jay ajayi. we don't know if he's going to dress or play just yet. but if he does, when he does, what does he bring to the table. >> he bridges speed. he bridges power. he is a decent blocker. he had experience at boise state catching the football. very, very talented football player. >> let's go to the other side with the denver broncos. they have sort of been reeling what scares you most about this broncos team? >> obviously the defense. their offense has problems. they've gone to another quarterback. they have brock right now, they benched sim john. but as far as the defense, is concerned, they're very, very good. just as the eagles are tough against the run, so are the broncos, number one against the run, broncos two, and they're linebacker, scares you more than anything else on the whole lost err, number 58, von miller, who was the mvp of the superbowl couple of years ago,
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he's all over the play, all over the field, what you call disruptive player. he will be the guide you have to watch out more than anything else. >> does that match up with big d bother you at small. >> not just big v. he's not normally on big v's side. he comes from the other side line up against lane johnson, they swing him around. he will be in different places , actually the big v didn't play last week, he had a one sack, he gave up, i think he's going to continue to get better and better and better. 's not jason peters but also not a problem, he is a very decent football player, ascending player, not the player that i think as a big weakness, i think the offensive line will be better to do some things, they're going have to put a tight-end over there from time to time. also, keep in mind, that carson wentz is amazing, but
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if there was one thing that would you like him to do a little bit better, it is get rid of the ball faster. don't take as long back there. it doesn't matter if you're playing san francisco or you're playing denver, but that denver defense is very tough. >> merrill, looking forward to the call there weaken on 94wip with you and mike quick. denver broncos coming into town to take on the philadelphia eagles. thanks, merrill, appreciate it >> thank you, pat. have a great day. >> all right, it will be tough match up. >> when we come back in maybe about 20 minute or so, jim, rahel, we will talk to some of the student here at north penn for the friday football frenzy we throw it back to you in the studio. >> being look forward to it, ahead. many oprah reveals her favorite things. >> for 2017, yes. twenty years in the making now plus hippo on the loose. watch as he escapes wildlife salve r i, where she goes next , might surprise you. we will be right back.
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>> we are spec to go see the next warmfront lifting in specifically saturday night into sunday the first half of it. that's our most prone time to see showers move through, generally light to moderate. otherwise, our saturday looking like typical fall day, at best hitting six off degrees. we warm up to the upper 60s for the second half of sunday we start to see sky clear throughout the day, as women, guys? >> from the news journal man arrested for setting a fire that damaged historic structure near townsend, delaware yesterday morning. officials charge 41 year old crest effer m greg with two counts every second agree carson for the three alarm fire at the house. >> reading eagle members of the wilson education association voted to authorize a strike yesterday. now the vote does not mean strike is imminent. but it does give union negotiate rate ores leverage. the current two year contract
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with the teachers union expired in june. >> from the times herald supposed to be ahead for the king of prussia rail project. environmental impact studying, highlighting progress of the rail extension that will connect the norristown high-speed line to king of prussia. by way of the subway terminal at 69th and market streets in upper darby. the spur he can tension estimated to cost between 1.1 and $1.2 million. >> that's a look at newspaper headlines from around the delaware val. >> i safari park in israel has close call after hippo wand earth outside of it gate. >> hungry hippo. have a look at the surveillance video. apparently no rush, walks right past her open gate. security guards close behind. >> why did the hippo cross the road? >> to get something to eat. >> well, coming up: americans apparently stressed out. but there is one thing that concerns us more, than money or work. find out what it is, coming up next. >> plus we will tell you why president trump's twitter account whoos deactivated at
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least for little while. trang? >> well the crowd continues to grow outside the apple store here in ardmore. i'm trang do, live with all of the hype surrounding the iphone ten launch. >> ♪ >> ♪
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nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just
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been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> breaking right now on " eyewitness news," new video just in as hero cops save people trapped in burning home in philadelphia. this is happening right now. we will have more on the dramatic rescues in just a moment. good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. it is 6:30. >> from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news ". >> it is 6:30. here's what you need to know to start ooh day in the morning minute, today is november 3rd, 2017.
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>> two people found shot dead in a car. investigators tell us they found a weapon inside of that vehicle. >> we're in the ruling out that this may have been a murder-suicide. >> the iphone ten being released today. folks lining up for hours. >> 6:00, 7:00 i i was here. >> people actually up waiting for this launch. story, that page doesn't exist president president trump twitter account is temporarily shutdown. >> turns out twitter says someone someone deactivated the president's account. >> please join me in joining the new general manager. >> that's the manager. >> seriously? >> can i be the assistant manager? >> what does gab kepler have to say about the attention? >> that was a long, long time ago. hopefully with that said, i care a big deal about health. >> today's morning minute is sponsored by pen medicine ...
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>> jim, he cares a great, great, great, great deal about health. >> and that woman cares a lot about him apparently. >> some sake his intense intensity is he can actually what the phillies need. >> we need a fantastic friday. is the weather going to deliver, katie? >> i think it definitely does through the middle part of the day. we do have the initial problem with repeat performance of some fog out there, guys. and it is patch any nature, the whole region in blanketed in fog or do you have it it is lying in quite thickly t could really slow you down. and there is to the point it is so bad that you have got a dense fog advisory post in the new castle county, and all of new jersey new jersey. you don't really find fog on a saturday light very easily. certainly not finding it out there this morning. but, the visibilities absolutely tell the story. so we're going to see this morning that patchy dense fog with visibilities easily under a mile in some instances could be as low as quarter of a mile
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or less. so as we mention the dense fog advisory is posted. here is a loom at current conditions. notice, it is patchy. it is 10-mile visibility at philadelphia international airport right now. as i overlook the city skyline , just from the skydeck , i don't see any low-lying cloud cover let alone enough to cause you visibility, that could change in the next few hours, but really isn't looking bad. new jersey stuck, down to half mile a.c. airport milville and trenton. now around the region, it is just warm. would you believe it is warm nerve mount pocono than it is at the shore right now? at least at the a.c. airport? at 58 degrees currently at philly international. so very warm start to the morning. as i stands out here, it actually feels a tad muggy. not uncomfortably so. you can tell there is moisture to work with in the atmosphere , as the day progresses next cold front comes in. currently pent up back over up-state new york and northwestern pa. but once that gets here, it is going to set off a couple of showers. and that's just the first of several chances for wet weather in this forecast, meisha. which i'll breakdown in more
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detail little later on. >> all right, katie, thank you so much. you mention the fog in new jersey, definately seeing that in some of our shot as well, in fact, i'll talk about speed restriction coming up. ninety-five scout at girard, working in the southbound direction. towards center city guys looking actually okay. starting to slow down little bit on 95. but overall kinds of used to that now at 6:30. 422 headlight moving in the eastbound direction past oaks. actually looking real nice there. now we do have couple every accident out there, accident here, cheltenham at ogontz avenue, traveling less than posted speeds, 20 miles per hour there. plus we have another accident in lansdale, sumneytown pike at rockville road. plus, there are report of a car fire in norristown, as well, main street and at forest avenue. if you are in those areas anywhere near them give yourselves some extra time. then this is what i was talking becomes we've got the fog advisory out there, because of that, the speed restriction is in play. new jersey turnpike, between hightstown and 195, down to 45 . because of that visibility. so just a heads up there.
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then talking about an event coming up in weekend, talking more about this coming up in the next ten minutes or so. jim and rahel, back to you. >> thank you shall meisha. some breaking news to report. three people returned to the hospital after flames break out inside north philadelphia home. i "eyewitness news" reporter jan carabeo live at the scene where firefighters say they just got the fire under control. what can you tell us? >> rahel, jim, good morning, quite the dramatic scene here in north philadelphia overnight. as you mentioned, three people taken to the hospital, with injuries as a result of this fire. two of those people, taken to the hospital, with smoke inhalation. one person taken with second and third agree burns, i want to give you a live look now here at the scene in north philadelphia. we are coming to you right at oxford and 15th street. for a sweet story street story row home fire. firefighters still on the scene here. were able to get this fire under control in 30 minute. they first arrived on the scene around 5:30 to a lot of smoke and a lot of fire coming
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out of the first floor of this build being. it split up into apartments. so they were able to go in and get at least six people out. this is occupied dwelling. six people inside needed to be rescued. including a eight year old little girl. they had their hands full. guess what? they had a lot of help too. because actually the first people on scene were philadelphia police officers. one of those police officers who were able to speak with, he was on patrol in this area. he came by. he saw a mattress on fire. got out, rush into the billing , heard screaming, new he had to get people out. one of the resident here actually visiting his girlfriends gave that police officer a fire ex extinguisher , tried to put a mattress that was on fire outside of the building and tried to get people out. six people rescued, a lot came down with the help of philadelphia fire, fire ladder , but take a listen to this philadelphia police officer's account of what he experienced early this morning take a listen.
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>> baby girl, screams coming from the third floor. i tried to make entry. the whole first floor was engulfed in flames. the smoke and fire was too much. and we have the back wasn't on fire, so that was the easiest way for none of us to get hurt i had a fire extinguisher, and put the fire out the best i could. that didn't work though so we had to take immediate togs get everyone out. >> there was pretty bad. >> this one goes down on the books. >> so that officer has been on the force for ten years. this was actually his second fire in two weeks, where he got out of his patrol car, went in, and helped get people out. five philadelphia police officers in total on the scene helping to rest too people before firefighters arrived. again at least six people rescued from the row home burning overnight, three taken to the hospital, two with smoke inhalation, one with second and third agree burns. this is still a developing story. we will continue to bring you the latest on air, on line, at for now live in north philadelphia, january car baio
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, cbs-3 "eyewitness news," back to you. >> first responders stepping up there, jan, thank you. >> the iphone ten is getting it worlds wide debut today. >> people in the philadelphia area have been waiting outside of apple stores all night just to get their hands on one. "eyewitness news" reporter trang do live outside of the apple suburban square store in ardmore where the wait is almost over. just more than 20 minute now, trang. >> reporter: yes, rahel, well, these folks here, they are waiting in line. as they've been all night long take a look here, the employees are out here, and they're already getting people's names. so the line actually grew quite a bit. gotten shorter because they're taking people's names to hole their place in line, and will text them when they can open up and come get their phones. but i just talk to a gentleman , who was the very first person in line. he says he got here at 11:15 a.m. yesterday morning. >> other nature provided a perfectly mild night for apple diehard, to be among the first to get their hands on the highly anticipated iphone ten.
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>> i had the iphone since the first generation one. so this is kind of symbolic of the phone itself. and i think not having, you know, the anniversary phone would be a mistake. so i need to have it. >> reporter: at apple stores on walnut st. in philadelphia, and ardmore suburban square, the lines were much shorter than previous iphone launches. on line pre-orders are one reason for the smaller crowds, but some say they actually enjoy camping out like the good old days. >> not just about the phone, about the company that we have here. we get to meet a bunch of like -minded people interested in the same thing. and have conversation all night about, you know, the things you're interested in. >> the thousand dollars phone is a complete design overhaul for apple. fans say features such as face id and larger vibrant screen make it well worth the hefty price tag. >> the display that bridges on
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the face id, the wireless charging. >> iphone seven, and i think this that this is like a further step in iphone's future, so i think it is really cool what they've done with the phone. so i thought it would be cool to v i think it is a great step. >> and jim, rahel, that 14 year old will soon have a way better phone that i will avenue v so take a look again at the line up at the apple store where they're gathering names, these folks just have a little bit over an hour to wait, as the store opens up, at 8:00 a.m., and they'll have these phones in hand. but for now, limb ' -- i'm live in ardmore, trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news." >> see we thought it opened at 7:00. wishful thinking. >> fourteen years old. >> no, no, 8:00. >> what kind of allowance do kids get these days. >> i can't keen a forward that phone. >> thanks, trang. >> anyone trying to access president trump's twitter account saw this early last night, they say the account went up line little before 7:00. back about 11 minutes later.
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twitter said the the president 's account was deactivated by a rogue worker on the last day of the john. >> making america great again may be having the opposite effect. >> new service shows move that hand of the us population is stressed out about the future of the nation. released by the american psychological association shows 63% of adults say the future of the nation is very or somewhat significant, sources stress, even more common than other stress ores, like money and work. women also reported higher levels of stress than men. >> well, why are you looking at me? >> up next, a look at oprah some of her favorite things. also rahel, as well. >> got to love oprah. plus extra hour of sleep this week as we turn back the clock but daylight saving time comes with some risks. >> we'll explain it all, pat? >> good morning, i'm pat gallen. this is my co-anchor jake, here at north penn high school getting ready for their morning show. but also, for the friday football frenzy which happens tonight, that's why we've got football players, that's why
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we've got cheerleaders. we will talk to them all next. who is excited? don't go anywhere. coming right up. right here. >> i want a a cheerleading squad with us here in the studio. guys, do you have work, imagine how much more fun we would have? already have a lot of fun. >> that was a great weather plug, kate. >> i seriously. yep, can i get a pier mid please for this forecast. >> well, we have a lot of ups and downs going on in hundred this one, folks, and multiple chances for wet weather which we'll talk b first, your auto insurance forecast.
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>> ♪ >> oprah winfrey is celebrating 20 years of her favorite things. >> highlights 102 gifts, just in time for the holiday season , oprah reveal her list every must have's for 2017 yesterday. she says this year's list has something for everyone, and every price range. from yummy treats, to gadgets, she says it has got it all. all of the items available for purchase on amazon. and and open rap's full list of favorite things. >> spring forwards this weekend fall back. >> can throw off your 24 hour cycle, as part of the vision zero program, stepping up he'd action as the time change approaches. to reduce traffic deaths and injuries. and earlier, darkness during fall and winter is related to increase in figuring out traffic accidents. >> then it feels lick it is 9:00 at night.
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then you get tired. >> totally throws me off. i feel like everyone is thrown off, everyone is tired earlier , grumpy earlier, hungry earlier, not a fan. >> shows americans are increasingly annoyed at daylight saving time. 2014 polls shows only 33% think it is worth bringing ahead and falling back. >> what say you, katie? >> you know, i casino every fall in the gray area, because i really like the extra hour, but i hate giving it back later in the spring. you know? but i'm with those people, though. because it really does throw you off. you get -- your body clock confused as it is when you work the way we do, throw in that wrench, my goodness. anyway, looking at the weather watchers, all reporting very, very mild air at the onset. some folks have dipped in the four's, but most every russ starting off in the 50's this morning, there go. 59 degrees comes in from lou this morning, he has couple of clouds throughout in eagleville. happy birthday, looks like pretty nice day all-in-all for him. happy birthday from your very adoring eyewitness weather watcher fans, let's take a
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look though at the fog issues. we do have some pretty dense zero dense fog out here, jenny sends it in from cherry hill, looks very thick at her location. and then, ed out in chesterfield, where you can barely make out the tree line off in the distance in the neighborhood. so it is a very foggy beginning to the morning for you. specially through south jersey , as well as northern delaware. so storm scan3, looking at the next cold front, ample moisture, light winds, perfect recipe for fall. cold front will fizzle as it migrate our way, we end one stray shower here and there through midday, really t then the coal front clears out of here, we are left with much, much chillier conditions later tonight. so this is a mixed bag kind of morning or casino every day in general. you have some fog initially, then closing in on record heat with our daytime high nearing 80 degrees, sunshine, how much , through the day, but also again that stray shower here and there. through the second half of the afternoon. much much cooler behind that front. then remember turning the clocks back, let's unless your your iphone does it, saturday morning to sunday, warmfront
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here, additional showers here as well. >> thank you so much. looking outside right now, looking pretty busy. schuylkill at city avenue push in the westbound direction, take a look at this, couple of middle lanes here at complete stop. give yourselves extra time. not just that looking at this morning, accident giles boulevard at 202, you have an accident here. if that's in your neighborhood also we have a pedestrian struck in collingdale, delaware county, route 13 chester pike at cherry street. plus another accident that's still out there. cheltenham avenue at ogontz avenue. and another accident, in lansdale, as well, take a look at this, sumneytown pike, at t roxville road. overall it is starting to heat up specially majors, traveling less than positioned speeds. looking at interstate 95 pushing in the southbound direction toward center city one of the areas where you start to slow down similar to the schuylkill westbound at city avenue. >> meisha, thank you. this week's dream drive. went to a place for art. >> a place inspired to make your own. >> okay, guys. so looking, can always be exciting but making our own,
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that could be either awesome or in my case intimidating as well. that said we had ton every fun at this montgomery county mansion. buckle, up, let's go. >> oh, my gosh. we did that for you to welcome you here. >> thank you march marge, executive director took me on tour of this philly focus artist half glenn we're in jenkintown, pennsylvania. where wonderful mansion built in 1939 by leslie rosen old, the president of sears. >> oh, wow. >> yes. >> and dedicated this billing to the art. >> spacious rooms filled with colorful connecticut temporary artwork, most by artist in our region including some that can be changed. >> she has done over 100
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letters, and you can arrange them on the board, take a photo, and tweet it. >> let's just put this right up there. >> outside there are 27 acres, including a sculpture garden. >> fascinating. i'm a huge art buff. >> we like to take your minds on a journey. to think and use your imagination. >> and if you really want to stretch your imagination -- imagination, julia ricks is one of the people to see. >> this is an adult drawing class. if focuses mostly on still life setups. >> julia just one of the instructors who teaches technique from drawing, to paper making. >> she makes it look so easy. >> i love it because it is a eight year old girl, this is where i went for my first art class, way back in the day. >> i'm going to gave you a piece of blind charcoal. and i was instructing the student don't take your hand as a view finer to kind of frame it out little bit. so you can imagine, how those shapes will look on the paper within that taped frame that you have there.
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>> nice, definitely great start on that. >> i like to draw. it is relaxing. >> are you sure you haven't done this before? >> we're all about art. we're about seeing art, we're about making art. that the combination is both experiences coming together. >> there you go. >> there it is. so i got to say, guys, that was way more therapeutic than i thought it would be getting out to sketch pad and just drawing. now, pottery on the other hands, i'm so bad at it, so disgusting. >> another road trip. >> abington art in jiang zemin kin town, head out that way, you won't regret it. >> it is friday, time for the weekly cbs-3 friday football frenzy. >> pat gallen at the scene of this week's game of the week, north ben high school and lansdale, hi, pat. >> report yes, live inside the north penn high school studios here with my man, jake, big game tonight against half
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forwards: jake, when they throw it to you, when you're live, how are you going to open the game? >> big game tonight against haverford north penn. both teams coming in at eight and two, north penn fell to their first two opponent in the season zero and two, now won eight consecutive games. stowe will be a good game tonight against half forwards. it will be big crowd on both sides. jake jake right here will anchor the morning news, justin hendley one of the can't, what's up, man? >> not much. >> how are you feeling? >> good. >> feeling confident? you guys beat them last year in the playoffs. are you feeling repeat performance. >> yes, i think we got great group of guys on the team, weaver great coaching staff that always puts us in the right position. so it should be fine. >> you're like an employ, dude love it. good luck tonight: jake, eight and two, big game, how you feel? >> i feel very confident in the team tonight. they're eight and two, beat haverford last year 56 to seven the first time in district playoffs. hopefully looking for repeat. hatch forwards does throw the ball a lot. we have strong secondary.
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so justice is one of our stars , along with lamar, so looking for big defensive performance, and we have a great offense? looking for these guys, listen to guys because we have big game for the friday football frenzy. cbs-3 will be out here, haverford against north penn. guys. who is excited? >> they're all excited check it out tonight at 11:00. jim, rahel? >> did pretty well? >> absolutely. >> thanks, pat. speaking of football, all week long, our radio partners have been showing us their moves in the cbs-3 touchdown challenge. >> yes, we have seen some creative dances, wogl, wxtu, but we have something special planned for you this morning. >> here is some behind the scenes video as i get into a costume, yes, we're bringing out the props to pull off epic , i say, epic touchdown celebration. >> epp glike wait until you see what we have cook up for you. >> why is jim wearing a lion suit? we'll have the answer when we come back. come back. >> i wou
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father, veteran..., but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
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he stood up to north jersey special interests nobody delivers more for south jersey than steve sweeney. to increase funding for our schools. he stopped christie's commuter tax, saving south jersey residents over 200 million dollars. and he led the charge to pass paid family leave. aarp applauded sweeney for freezing property taxes for seniors and cutting prices on prescription drugs. "i got to take my hat off to him. he's a man of his word." steve sweeney. because there's more work to do to get south jersey's fair share. >> all week we've been showing you great touchdown celebration frost some of philly's top radio host, leading up to this sunday. >> today let's just say we kicked it up a notch.
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>> touchdown! >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> who convinces us to do these thing? i want to know. >> oh, my gosh. >> i will tell you if you order that lion suit, it is hot. >> and jim promised to share is that every friday. >> oh, no, no, no. >> cbs this morning is coming up next a have a great day, no one put that on youtube police
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>> bye bye. captioning funded by cbs good morning. november 3rd,. welcome to "cbs this morning." in a show of force, american bombers makeover the corikorean peninsula. and president trump's twitter account is deleted on purpe by an employee on their last day with the company. the house reveals its tax reform plan. jill schlesinger is here with the winners and losers. plus, washington state is now charging drivers with dui if they're under the influence of electronics.


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